Badass Sci Fi’s Cell Block B: Maximum Security- Humanoid Class
Posted On March 10, 2020
I’m feeling bad today and need to hang out with some of my favorite villains.
You know the person, the one who plays the Axis in Axis and Allies, picks the Empire on Star Wars: Commander, and would much rather get an autograph from Kurtwood Smith than Peter Weller? That’s me.
This isn’t a ‘best of’ list and by no means is it exhaustive, I just thought it’d be cool to get some of these assholes together and compare notes. We’ll focus on the humanoids this time and deal with the monsters later.
Let’s see who we have gathered for the shindig tonight!
Speaking of Peter Weller. Boy, did Admiral Alexander Marcus turn out to be a piece of shit in Star Trek Into Darkness (2013). But, he did provide Kirk with the woman who would bare him a child, Carol. So, we’ll keep him around.
One of my absolute favorite villains. Agent C.M. Kruger in Elysium (2013). He’ll be grilling with his katana.
Immortan Joe and Rictus Erectus are bringing the drinks; homemade milk. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015).
The Colonel is trying to convince Caesar to come. War for the Planet of the Apes (2017).
All right, enough of that.
The Operative. Serenity (2005). The most courteous sleeper agent ever. I love this character.
Keith David survived The Thing (1982), but couldn’t survive Meg Foster. They Live (1988).
“My Favorite.” Jean-Baptiste Emanuel Zorg. The Fifth Element (1997).
Romero and The Duke hold a confab with Brain and Maggie. Gratuitous cleavage alert! Escape from New York (1981).
All-time scum-bucket, Carter Burke. Aliens (1986).
And what would a post be without a special GIF. Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, Dune (1984).
I really enjoyed our time together. Until next time, don’t bother me. Idris Elba just showed up and we’re trying to convince people Hobbs & Shaw is a science fiction movie.